Are antitrust agencies legitimate to intervene in markets for privacy reasons (what they now do)? Probably not, I argue in this new op-ed (published at TechCrunch) on blockchain. In fact, blockchain better protects privacy than the GDPR and antitrust agencies combined. That’s not from me, but the Fed of St Louis. More at the link.
Blockchain, banques centrales et concurrence
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